Notre Dame Today and Tomorrow Autumn 2005
Editor’s Note: A New President, A New Day
Although it seems the pendulum has swung back to the right, perhaps it’s more that today’s students are the newest face in a recurring series of generational types . . . and really good kids.
And the Brit findsâafter relearning how to pronounce his nameâthat things in these United States are strangely familiar and similarly odd.
Those who try to make life better in East Africa take on an abundance of deely embedded problemsâand a people who seem happier than their world would suggest.
Some young Notre Dame graduates have gone to Haiti, where Louverture Cleary School is an outpost of benevolence in a land of destitution.
A meditation on innocence, faith and American individualism by a Carolina boy trying to understand how to be a good Catholic Southerner in a nation whose roots sprout from Exceptionalism, sin and Protestant predilections.
Letter from campus: Oldies and goodies
Seen and heard
Seen and heard: web extra
Hall portrait: Stanford
Mugglenet founder chooses Notre Dame over Hogwarts
Freshman putting his life online for America
New ND provost Thomas Burish
Notre Dame writing center offers helping word
Father Rozum, the rector of Alumni Hall, reaches record for residency
Class of 2009 by the numbers
ND law professor hired by Bush
Fortune magazine shines on student website pioneers
Cafe du Lac
Bonus copy: Reflections
When John F. McCormick was an ND student, he worked so many jobs that the University owed him money when he graduated. Christine McCormick Schuermann recalls her father’s relationship with ND. Picturing Dad
As a student, Patrick Crowe ‘71 worked for Abbot Astrik L. Gabriel, then director of Notre Dame’s Medieval Institute. Crowe recalls how he came to appreciate the many quirks of the great teacher and scholar, who died in May 2005 at age 97. The Passing of a Giant
Edward Vasta ’52, an ND emeritus professor of English, looks back at how his life has been repeatedly influenced by Notre Dame. My Notre Dame Victories
Want to know how to raise a Notre Dame fan? Brendan Rielly’96J.D. offers a fun take. Brainwashing Our Children Properly